Friday, November 15, 2013

Romantic Homes -Fall Issue

I am sorry this is so late.
It is the October Issue of  
I was going to skip October's issue and go to
November's issue.
the November issue is all about Christmas
and I like to celebrate  
There are some great bloggers featured
in the October issue.

It is always a lovely, romantic  place to visit.

2nd on the Romantic Homes' roster is
Becky from Buckets of Burlap.
Becky has a simple, sweet approach to everything.
You will love visiting her.

I have followed Gina from
for a long time.
She is one of those people that can do anything!

And, I found a blogger I didn't know this time.
Julia's blog is Vintage With Laces
She uses lace in marvelous ways.

So, ladies, if you love
Romantic Homes
pop by any of the above blogs for a visit.

As for me?
Well, today I'll be 
cleaning the crayon off my 
that someone who shall remain nameless
left his mark on.
This is the nameless one with his
WHO ME look!
God bless his sweet little soul!
your photo name


DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

Yes! God bless your "Nameless" and all the other little "Namelesses" that have left their marks in our lives!
Happy Friday, Sweet D!

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

whoops! I meant marks "on" our lives! ...typing in the dark before the alarm goes off!

Susie said...

Diana, He may grow up to be an artist.:):) My children did their little art works here and there .xoxo,Susie

Melanie said...

Awww, he is a cutie! What a sweet little face. Your pictures of the magazine were great, but the last little "nameless" fellow is the best!

sweetvintageofmine said...

I don't know I missed this issue of Romantic Homes..mmmmmm and I will check out those mentioned! This little guy looks too innocent...are you sure? Blessings~~~Roxie

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

LOL he is adorable

Kathy said...

I too like to focus on one holiday at a time. Let me get through Thanksgiving before you throw Christmas at me! :)

Such nice pictures, but the best one is of little nameless. He is worth the effort of getting rid of some crayon marks.

Sharon said...

I have a little cookie gunk on my white couch from another little blue eyed nameless cutie too..but they're sure worth it!


Jettie said...

Nameless but not crayonless I see.
Reminds me of the navy blue crayon that went on my freshly painted wall about 11 years ago.

Anonymous said...

beautiful inspirations,
and you cannot tell me this sweet little innocent fella would do that! tell me it ain't so!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

With a face like could you get mad:)
Great features Diana!

Sylvia said...

That little face, no way he could have done that! We all have one in our family, I did.

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Morning Diana, wonderful to see our dear friends recognized by Romantic Homes - what a sweet little one - I saw where a mother had framed a section of a wall where her little one had marked the walls. They've painted around it - these little people are so very precious - and just don't stay little long enough!

Nellie said...

How cute! How can you be upset with him? It might be good to share your crayon cleaning secrets with us. xo Nellie

camp and cottage living said...

Kids will be Kids! And who can get mad at that aadorable fellow!
Congrats to our fellow bloggers featured in Romantic Homes. They all deserve a magazine shout out!

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

He might be the next PICASO . NEVER know LOL .. Loved the post and the pics my friend. AND I for one am glad your computer issues did not shut ya down. I do the happy dance when I see Nana Diana Takes A BREAK …. xoxoxoxox HUGS . I was telling my friend at Curb Alert. I just LOVE NANA DIANA'S one of my faves sister… TOODLE LOO

Debbie said...

Are you sure it was him?? He looks so innocent.
I'm heading over to see the blogs you listed. They look like fun places to visit.
Love ya, darlin'.

Cindy said...

I will have to visit the last blog, too! I have seen all the others and they are truly wonderful blogs. You are very sweet to feature these blogs, that is how I came to know you!
I am putting the Pork chops and apples in the slow cooker right now!
Hugs, Cindy

Curtains in My Tree said...

I guess I need to get some of my previous Christmas issued magazines and look at them.
I have quit buying magazines for a while anyway
I love Romantic Homes always beautiful issue

Kim M said...

I have a someone who shall remain nameless who has carved her name into my kitchen table, my pine server and my antique family heirloom player piano. Don't tell my mom.

Connie said...

Good morning Diana, I love that magazine and that lace trimmed jar is gorgeous.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

What a sweet, innocent looking little face! Hope the crayon marks come off your white sofa!

Now I'm going to have some new to me blogs to look at...thanks for sharing. Love the photos!

Tessa~ said...

Ohhh that picture from Vintage With Laces, is calling me. :-) Love lace.

-chuckle- Oh my. Cleaning crayola off your white sofa! Mmmmm, to be on the safe side, in the future, maybe get a throw to throw on it, when the little one visits.

:- )


tammy j said...

oh how precious those marks are.
I call them 'tracks'.
puppy tracks are like them . . .
you know . . . that gnawed~on leg of a wonderful table.
just look at those innocent blue eyes nana.
and how like you to see it in the right perspective! XOXO

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

So frustrating and so very precious at the same can that be wrapped up in one little bundle?!

must love junk said...

Oh, that face is too adorable to get mad at! (almost...? ;)

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Will have to go do some visiting. Such an innocent looking little face. :)
xo Laura

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Oops, on the crayon on the white sofa! Yikes! I have no idea how to remove it! Thanks for sharing this issue of Romantic Homes! I missed it and I have loved catching up with bloggers that I admire!

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

No, you must be telling a fib...there's no way that sweet innocent face could do anything wrong. :) Good luck getting the crayon out! :)

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

No way that darling little boy did that. He is such a cutie - how could you every be mad at him.
Got my December Romantic Home Magazine yesterday - kinda late.
Pretty articles.
Have a super weekend with the grands.

June said...

What a little doll this little nameless soul is Diana!!! Ooooh crayon on sofa---not fun :(
I LOVE Julia's blog! She is such a beautiful talented friend.
sending hugs...

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Hi Diana,
Love that mag. I used to get it, I need to find it again.
Little guy is a doll!
I have some ink on my sofa right now and play dough in my rug.
Hmmm, wonder what her name is.
p.s. my hubby is in despair over the Packers this year.

Vee said...

Oh dear! Can it even be done? (Not the blessing of his sweet soul...look at that precious face! He didn't mean anything by it.) The getting the crayon out. I'd love to know how you do it.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh I totally missed that month - and Bernideen is in it? How awesome - she is a tried and true friend for sure!

Thanks for the heads up, Diana - and I am so very sorry about your white sofa. Yikes. Hope it came out. Ugh.

Have a great weekend. Hugs.

Rick Watson said...

I feel certain. That you were mistaken about someone leavine a mark on the couch:)

Dolly Sarrio said...

I so enjoyed the October Issue and agree with you it is good to enjoy one holiday at a time. That precious little one is just that so precious! Who could ever be angry with that doll.

LANA said...

I agree - one holiday at a time. Good luck with the sofa, my 3-year old grandson once did a abstract drawing with crayons on my walls. Thank goodness for "magic eraser"! Bet you can't stay mad long though with that sweet face and blonde hair.

Pam Kessler said...

Silly you and your white sofas! Did you think you were past the child rearing years? Thanks for the low down on Romantic Homes. I love that we know most of the bloggers in there!

LANA said...

I agree - one holiday at a time. Good luck with the sofa, my 3-year old grandson once did a abstract drawing with crayons on my walls. Thank goodness for "magic eraser"! Bet you can't stay mad long though with that sweet face and blonde hair.

LANA said...

I agree - one holiday at a time. Good luck with the sofa, my 3-year old grandson once did a abstract drawing with crayons on my walls. Thank goodness for "magic eraser"! Bet you can't stay mad long though with that sweet face and blonde hair.

Missy George said...

I'll bet that cute little "innocent" face gets away with lots of stuff..Huh Nana????


So adorable and yes God bless them, all the nameless! My g'girl when she was Young did a lot of gorgeous artwork in my White comforter and walls too! Yep, one season at a time...I hate it when in my Oct. month C'mas is there! I love all the ladies featured, wow, so proud of them! Thank you for sharing my friend. Have a lovely weekend.

Ricki Treleaven said...

WTH? My Romantic Homes magazine didn't look like that...

The ones I've gotten lately haven't featured many bloggers. Boo!!!

Aw, poor little guy....he didn't mean it! Give him a cookie!

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh no, a crayon mark on a white sofa! But who could resist that sweet face?

Enjoy the weekend, Diana.


Donna said...

Hope you got those marks out, Diana! It's always an exciting day when Romantic Homes appears in my mailbox! And it's fun to see fellow bloggers featured, and maybe meet some new ones. too!

living from glory to glory said...

I really think he is innocent!
But I do remember having marker one one of my leather couches years ago :(
Blessings, Roxy

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

I love these posts because I don't get Romantic Homes and I enjoy seeing who has been featured. I used to get just about every decorating magazine known to man but I've cut way back in the past few years. This blogging gig doesn't give me much time for strolling through magazines! Hope you have a perfect weekend Diana...Ann

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

I don't know anything about how to remove I will say though that the magic eraser is really magic, maybe not for fabric, but on any other surface is pretty awesome

The Polka Dot Closet said...

So happy for Gina and vintage with laces...Love them both. Gina is so creative I often look on her blog for inspiration. I have to go check out Bernideens, I am not familiar with her. And Mr cute


Maria Elena said...

Hi, Diana! Sorry I have been MIA. :) So busy lately! I think I have missed some of your post so I will check them out after I leave you this comment. How is it possible that cute little face has anything to do with your crayon problem? No way!!! :)

Gina Luker said...

What a sweet fella! Those crayon marks add character, ya know ;)

Thanks for the shout out - and I'm so glad you're back online. Missed ya!

Bernideen said...

That was the 2012 Romantic Homes you show above.

Jean | Delightful Repast said...

Love this post, Diana. A couple of those blogs are new to me, and I'm going to enjoy checking them out this afternoon just as soon as I grab a cup of tea!

Patty Antle said...

Thanks for pointing out these bloggers to me. I especially like the vintage with laces.

"Cottage By The Sea" said...

Oh Diana your babies are all so beautiful. It's so wonderful you chronicle their lives so beautifully. Their momma's must love you.

Happy birthday to your little Charles. that new baby is precious. The banner is a wonderful touch for your little Child of God! He just gets cuter and cuter too.

Chatty Crone said...

Mr. Nameless LOOKS adorable! Hope you got the crayon off.

Maureen Wyatt said...

I'm having a flashback to when my 3 yr. old and her cousin "painted" my mom's velvet love seats with ketchup. You would be surprised how much is in a bottle of that stuff. My mom was some mad and made my sister and I clean it all up because our kids did it.